Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu on Tuesday stated that he has examined optimistic for coronavirus COVID-19 and has self-isolated himself. Taking to micro-blogging website Twitter, he stated that he’s ‘asymptomatic and feeling wholesome’.
“I had undergone Covid test RT-PCR and have tested positive for Covid19. I am asymptomatic and feeling healthy. However as per SOP and safety of others, I am self isolating myself and request everyone who came in contact with me to adhere to the SOP,” Khandu wrote in his official Twitter deal with.
I had undergone Covid check RT-PCR and have examined optimistic for Covid19.
I’m asymptomatic and feeling wholesome. However as per SOP and security of others, I’m self isolating myself and request everybody who got here involved with me to stick to the SOP.
— Pema Khandu པདྨ་མཁའ་འགྲོ་། (@PemaKhanduBJP) September 15, 2020
Khandu had gone to the nationwide capital on an official go to on September 12.
Last week, the CM had trekked a distance of 24 km for 11 hours to reach Luguthang village, 97 km from Tawang. “It was an arduous journey while crossing Karpu-La (16,000 ft) to Luguthang (14,500 ft),” Khandu had tweeted after returning to Tawang on September 10. The village, positioned at a top of 14,500 toes above sea degree, in Thingbu tehsil of Tawang district has a inhabitants of 50 individuals who dwell in 10 homes.
“Had a review meeting with Luguthang villagers to ensure that benefits of every flagship programme reach the last man standing in forwarding areas,” the chief minister had tweeted. The journey to the village, which is inaccessible by highway, is a mesmerising one as one has to cross the eye-catching Karpu-La mountain and several other pure lakes that fall on the route.